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Song recognition.


The Tyberis Music Database. Freeware program which can monitor and recognise songs on the radio. So say you’re a small band (or label) and you want to see how many times your track is being played on the local radio, hey maybe to prove you’re owed some of those elusive royalties, eh? Well you fire up this puppy, grab a fragment of your track as a signature and set the program to scan an FM radio source for your tune. Neat.

 TyMusicDB is a freeware program which is able to recognize thousands of different musical pieces or other audio data in real-time. The main purpose of this program is to monitor a radio station, tv channel or other audio source for specific songs, commercials or logos. A log file is created with a detailed description of which songs were played when, and how long. It should be noted that this software will not identify any songs that you haven’t added to the database.

 Song recognition.

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  • http://www.porterlist.com/schec/csax/bhar Bill Harring

    Yes but they havent got any base of songs, you need to know the name of the song to check the name, also the fingerprints are too big.

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